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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: fiVXDAY, MAY in. iJiOfr.
Special Purchase Sale
Our eastern representative recently purchased the en
tire stock of Spring suits of a prominent eastern manufac
turer. This man is now interested in wash suits, so lie
sold us his entire Spring stock of suits and jackets at a
terrible sacrifice. "We received these last week .and they
r?t will go on
y SPECIAL SALE, MONDAY, MAY 14
At One-Fourth Their Regular Value
AW.will have SPECIALLY MARKED SUITS at the fol
lowing prices one-fourth their regular value:
WOMAN SWALLOWS DIAMOND
Plaoet Gem i Eer Month Whei Arrwttd
by Two Detectivei.
JEWELER COMBS AGAIN THE VICTIM
Aaether f essel? Feaiale Takes la
Wry Art af Steallag Valaable
Jrwrl at the lrf aa
Mae Thomas, a stranger to the police,
walked Into a trap laid for her yesterday
afternoon at the jewelry mora of T. 1..
Combs & Co., 1530 Douglas street. The
result whs she was caught In the act of
swallowing a diamond writhing two and
one-sixteenth carats and worth t3-. She
was arrested by Detectives Maloney and
Drummy and charged at the ctty Jail with
grand larceny. The woman denied any
During the afternoon a report was sent
to, the police headquarters that a woman
had acted in a suspicious manner while
posing aa a prospective customer at the
Jewelry store of X. P. Frandsen, I16 South
SlHternlh street. At the Frandsen store
she was stopped on her way out and a
diamond ring was found in her handker
chief. She was so profuse In her apologies
at the Frandsen store that she was al
lowed to go, but as a matter of precaution
the police were notified and given a de
scription of the woman.
et SMnug Cltr. hewever. Induced the nolle
to make no arseeta. Carney epresed his
willingness to pay a fine It any one wanted
him to do so.
f 10.00 Box Novelty
18.00 Black Silk
.... 53.90 .
SPECIAL SKIRT OFFERING FOR MONDAY
Skirts worth up to
Skirts worth up to
$16.00. at ,
S. Fredrick Detrjer & Co.
1517 Farnam St.
THE NEW CLOAK
LID STAYS 0N IN 'FRISCO!
til Saloda Licenses Arc Revoked
at Reagent of Mayor
KAN FRANCISCO. May U'.-That the au
thorities here have no intention of loosen
In; the tight grip on the rolns which
liave held the liquor dealers In check alnce
the city suffered Its great disaster was
made plain today by the emphatic decla
ration of Mayor Sehmlti. When asked as
to the likelihood of the saloons being
allowed , to open In the near future the
mayor not only denied that there was a
Dosslbtlltv of aticlv -action - helna- taken.
but added that he had decided that all
drinking places should be closed for sn
indefinite period. He attributed the re
markable . absence of crime and the ex
rcptloival order which has prevailed in the
city since the conflagration to the fact
that the edict against the selling of liquor
had been rigidly enforced.
This stand of the mayor was emphasised
tills evening when the Board of Commis
sioners met and unanimously endorsed s
suggestion made by the mayor that all
saloon licenses now in existence be revoked,
tan Francisco is today a city without sa
loons. In discHSSlng this sweeping order
the commissioners were a unit In voicing
the sentiment that the future welfare of
the city would be enhanced by a fewer
number of drinking places. A number
of saloon proprietors have in the course
of construction temporary buildings in
wnlch they hope soon to be permitted to
dispense liquors. To these , the commis
sioners Issued a warning advising them
that the number of saloon licenses to be
Issued In the future would be greatly cur
tailed and that It was unwise fof them
to Incur .any expense in the way of tem
porary building operations.
In Ran Mateo county, just over the bor
der, the supervisois recently allowed the
saloon men to open their places of busi
ness, the result was disastrous. i Mou
se oris of men and women flocked over the
border and indulged In drinking orgies.
It produced the nearest approach to riot
ous conditions that have existed In the
rl:y since the great catastrophe. Chief of
Police Dlnan appealed to Sheriff Mansfield
of Exn Mateo county, begging him to see
that all grog simps within his Jurisdiction
be closed. , Today Sheriff Mansfield made
nnawer that lie would close all drinking
places, despite the action of the supervis
ors i f the county, even if it was necessary
for lilm lo go to tiie extent of calling
upon the militia to aid him In the work.
among tham R. A. Leussler, secretary of
the -street car company. '
H. 8. Jaynes, an agent of the Chicago,
St. Paul, Minneapolis ft Omaha railway,
and Bylvanua A. Bpeakman were two of the
witnesses summoned before the Jury Saturday.
COLORED MAN KILLED IN DUEL
Ren Alien shot h Tom Pope of
Same Race at "Wright's
Ben Allen was fatally shot through the
heart at i p. m. Saturday by Tom Pope,
with whom Allen had a pistol duel In
Johnny Wright's saloon, 105 South Twelfth
street. The shooting affray was the sequel
to a quarrel which took place at noon In
a barber shop at Twelfth and Dodge streets.
Pope is at the city Jail with the charge of
murder against lilm. Allen's body was
taken to the morgue.
Allen entered the shloon through the
front door at 2 o'clock, ordered a drink and
showed a- Colt's revolver he had Just
bought. One witness sajd he heard Allen
Intimate he was looking for Pope. In a
few minutes Pope entered through the
rear door. In a second later the eyes of
both men met and in less time than It takes
to relate It. each was firing" at the other.
As it happened. Pope sent a bullet through
Allen's heart, while Allen's missed his aim.
When Allen was shot he started out of
the front door, turned around and was
caught by several bystanders. Ole Jack
son and Robert Wisdom were standing at
the side of Allen when the shooting
Pope was arrested at his home, 1214
Dodge street, a few minutes after the
shooting. At the city Jail Pope said the
trouble begun at the barber ahop, where
Allen called Pope vile names, whereupon
Pope knocked Allen to the floor, and Allen
swore vengeance then and there, so Pope
declared. The prisoner said he saw Allen
reach for his gun as soon as he entered
the -saloon. He fired for self-protection, he
Pope Is a barber and single. Allen la sur
vived by a wife.
Detectives Maloney and Drummy were
placed on the case and in due time they
located the Woman at the Combs store.
They stationed1 themselves at a Window on
the outside of the store and In such a
position so that they could see the womsn
in the diamond room where Mr. Furen
was showing Miss Thomae the unset dia
monds. While Mr. Furen's head was par
tially turned the woman placed one hand
between her face end Mr. Furen nnd with
the other hand placed the diamond in her
mouth, so the detectives stated. The dia
mond could not be located In the woman's
The womsn waa not Inclined to talk much
when questioned by the police. Fhe said
she came to Omaha a week ago, but did
not remember her address. She Is a Spanish-American
and of a rather dashing ap
pearance. Later In the day Detectives Drummy and
Maloney arrested J. T, Hayes at 1919 Dodge
street on the charge of being a suspicious
character. It was stated Hayes has been
a companion of the Thomas woman.'
During Christmas week a woman who
gave the name of I.lsrle Barr was caught
Into the Combs store trying to steal a
pair of diamond ear drops. The gems were
iocated under her chair, having fallen from
a wad of gum, Miss Bsrr was given a sen
tence In the county iall.
Saturday morning Miss Thomas ac
knowledged she swallowed the diamond.
ED BROWN UNDER INDICTMENT
Man I ksrteS wltS Aetaaltlnar Sam
Rees anil C. P. Wilson
. Named la Bill.
The county grand Jury adjourned Satur
day noon until Monday morning, after
reporting an indictment against Ed
Hrown, charged "with assaulting Bam
Rees. Jr.. and C. K. Wilson. The alleged
guault took place about two weeks ago.
Hrown was arrested, but forfeited his bond
when the time came for trial and Is now
The Jury Is Investigating a case of al-
Bee Want Ads Best business Boosters,
A centemii.tl Jubilee and old home week
celebration was held at Wllkesherre,
Pa.. Thursday. Friday and Saturday.
Former residents of Wllkesbarre. now
residents of Nebraska, received Invitations
to attend the festivities.
The Nebraska Veteran Freemasons will
hold aenrt-annual meeting in Masonic hall.
W Capitol avenue, Tuesday noon. June &.
Dinner will be served in the banquet hall
ami most of the business of the association
will lie transacted while at the table.
The Child a Siving Institute la anil
anxious to get hold of all the old rubber
goods It can for Its collection, the proceeds
GROWTH OF THE GREAT WEST
R. J. Bennett of Chicago Closes
People's Instltate with lllas
t rated l.eetare.
The final number of the People's Insti
tute course was given Friday evening at
the First Congregational church, an Illus
trated lecture on the development of the
great West during the last half century,
with particular reference to the evolution
of California from a mining to an agri
cultural state. The lecturer wes R. J.
Bennett, member of the wholesale grocery
firm of the W. M. Hoyt Co. of Chicago.
His lecture was purely from a business
man's standpoint and wss given In narra
tive form. He took tip the Indian ques
tion from Its earliest phases In the west,
particularly thos of the southwest, the
Moquis and Pueblo Indians. The pictures
showed numerous groups of these Indians
snd their crude habitations, their methols
of agriculture, the pueblos or villages and
their predecessors, the cliff dwellers. In
speaking of the character of these Indians,
he said: "The colored nian Is Infinitely
ahead of the Indian In Intellectual devel
opment. The Indian Is. however, begin
ning to show some Intellectual sdvsnce
ment, as Is demonstrated by the Carlisle
and other schools provided for their edu
cation." He spoke also of the wonderful evolution
of the Great American Desert of forty
years ago Into a magnificent empire and
Illustrated it in picture. The California
views showed the emergence of that State
from a crude mining camp Into an agri
cultural and fruit growing region and the
transformation made by Irrigation. His
pictures of San Francisco embraced many
of the most beautiful spots of the city,
which within the. rest two weeks hsve
become desolate ruins.
Mr. Bennett Is a thorough optimist and
believes that ,Anier!ca Is on the verge of
ven greater distinction and achievements
than has hitherto blessed the country. A
world-wide traveler, be holds that there Is
sufficient grandeur In the scenery of Amer
ica to satisfy every lover of the grand In
nature. He pleaded that every one unite
in the determination to advance the moral,
aa well as the material, prosperity of the
nation. The lecture closed with the entire
audience singing "America "
A CITY OF A Mil. MO.
FUDDLED BY A COCKTAIL
Mark Twain's Arena at of His First
Interview with trtemae
I had never seen him before. He broug'ht
letters of Introduction from mutual friends
In San Francisco Snd riy Invitation 1
breakfasted with him. It was almost re
ligion, there In silver mines, to precede
such a meal with cockiails. Artemus, with
the true cosmopolitan instinct, always de
trrred to the customs of the country he was
In, and So he ordered three of those abom
inations, lllngxtnn was present. 1 am S
match for nearly any beverage you can
mention, except a whisky rocktnll, and
therefore I said I would rather not drinM
one. I said It would go right to my hen.1
snd confuse me so that I would he in a
helpless tangle In ten minutes. 1 did not
want to act like a lunatic before strangers,
but Artenius gently insisted and 1 drank the
treasonable mixture tinder protest, and felt
all the time that I was doing a thing 1
might be sorry for. In a minute or two I
began to Imagine that my Ideas were
clouded. I waited in great anxiety for the
conversation to open, with s sort of vague
hope that my understanding would prove
clear, after all, and my misgivings ground
less. Artemus dropped an unimportant remark
or two and assumed a look of superhuman
earnestness snd made the following as
tounding speech. He said:
"Now, there is one thing I ought to ask
you before 1 forget it. You have been in
Pilverland hers in Xei'-sda tWo or three
years and of course your position on the
dally press has made It necSwaary for you
to go down In the mtnea and examine them
carefully In detail, and therefore you know
all about the silver mining business. Now,
what I watt to get at is in, well, is the
wsy the deposits of ore are made, you
know. For Instance: Now, as 1 under
stand It, the vein which contains toe silver
Is sandwiched In between castings of gran
ite and runs along the ground snd sticks
up like a 'curbstone.
"Well, take a vein forty feet thick, for
example; or eighty for that matter, or even
inn say you go down on it with a shaft,
straight down, you know, or with what you
call the 'Inclines,1 maybe go down MO feet
or maybe you don't go down but 2hfl; any
way, you go down, and all the time this
vein grown narrower. When the castings
come nearer or approach each other, you
may say that Is. when they do approach,
which of course they do not always do,
partlctilsrly In cases where the nature of
the formation Is such that they stand opart
wider than they otherwise would, and
which geology has failed to account for, al
though everything In that science (toes to
prove that all things being equal It would
if It did not, or would not certainly If it
did. snd then of course they are. Do you
think it is?"
I said to myself; "Now. 1 Just knew
how It would be that Whisky cocktail has
done the business for me; I don't under
stand any more than a clam." And then I
said aloud: "I I that Is If you don't
mind would you would you say that over
again? I ought"
"Oh, certainly, certainly! You see, I am
very unfamiliar with the subject and per
haps I don't present my case clearly, but
"No, no no. no you state It plain
enough, but that vile cocktail has muddled
me a little. But I will no, I do under
stand for that matter; but I would get the
hang of It all the better If you went over
It again, snd I'll pay better attention this
He said: "Why. what I was after, was
this: (Here he became even more fear
fully Impressive than ever, and empha
sised each particular point by checking It
off on his finger cnds.i This vein, or
lode, or ledge, or whatever you call It,
runs slong between two layers of granite.
Just the same as If It were a sandwich.
Very well. Now, suppose you go down on
that, say I.OoO feet, or maybe l.iro. It
doesn't really matter, before yon drift;
and then you start your drifts, some of
them scross the ledge, and others along
the length of It. where the sulphurets I
believe they call them sulphurets, though
why they should, considering that, so far
ss I ran see, the main dependence of a
miner does not He, as some suppose, but In
which It cannot be successfully main
tained wherein the same should continue,
while part snd parcel of the same ore not
committed to either In the sense referred
to, whereas, under different clrcumstsnces.
the most Inexperienced among us could
not detect It If It were, or might overlook
It If It did, or scorn the very Idea of such
a tiling, even though It were palpably
demonstrated ss such. Am I right"
I said sorrowfully: "I feel ashamed of
myself. Mr. Wsrd. I know I ought to un
derstsnd you perfectly well, but you see
that Infernal whisky cocktail has got Into
my head, and now I cannot understand
even the simplest proposition. I told you
how It would be."
"Oh, don't mind It, don't mind It; the
fault was my own. no doubt though I did
think It was clear enough for"
"Don't ?ay a word. Clear! Why you
stated It as clear as the sun to anybody
but an abject Idiot, but its that con-
Poa&ios rowdied yft
A GRKAT OHASCK TO SA K tMOO TO f2M) BY M'YINO NOW.
Saturday, May 26th, Is the day set tor the Grand Owning of our new,
palatial piano palace. 1311 and 1313 Farnsm Street, the largest and
finest piano emporium In America. In the meantime we must close out,
RKOARDMiSS OF COST, all the pianos returned from a brief period of
rental, all sample pianos and all discontinued styles. We positively
need the room, tor May 2 2d an array of fiOO new pianos, the choicest
products of the piano manufacturers' art, must he installed for ex
Brand new I'pright Pianos, made to sell for $250, $275, $300,
$350 and $400, are now offered and sold for
$158, $192, $218, $245, $290
We sell the MMMVAl, along with eighteen other different makes. Including the Stefter Sons,
A. B. Chase, Hardman. Kmorson. McPhall, Kurtman and other high grsde plsnos.
Here are a few of (he numerous bargains which swalt your Inspection tomorrow morning:
$275 beautiful French Walnut Sample CI 125 Golden Oak Steger t'pright, QOQfX
Piano only ?JLJO aitghtly used, only V)U
$350 St. Domingo Mahogany Cabinet Qk) 1 O $50 Kbonv Case Steinwsv 1'prlght, QfiO
Grand onl 0-aO b, fnjlv garsnteed
TKltMH. ftfl.no TO HMH CASH AMI $l.OO TO $.VOt TFR MONTH.
If you want to get the best harealn of a lifetime be sure to call Monday morning early, or wrlta
at once for free catalogue and bargain list. We ship pianos everywhere and guarantee satisfaction or
1 , .,1 II
SCIIMOLLER & MUELLER PIAUO COMPANY
Tha Larcest, Oldest and (lost RellsbU Piano Hons In the West.
Established 1899. Telephon Datirtas I62S. 1311 and I JO Farnam Street, Omaha. Neh.
founded cocktail that has played the mis- I
"No, now don't say that. I ll begin It ail
"Don't, now, for goodness' sake, don't
do anything of the kind, because I tell you
my head Is In such a condition that 1
don't believe I could understand the most
trifling question a man might ask me."
"Now, don't you be afraid. I'll put it
so plain this time that you can't help but
get the hang of It. We will begin at the
very beginning. (He leaned far scross the
table. with determined Impress! veness
wrought upon his every feature and fingers
prepared to keep tally of each point as
enumerated; and I, leaning forward with
painful interest, resolved to comprehend
or perish.) You know the vein, the ledge,
the thing that contains the metal, whereby
It constitutee the medium between all other
forces, whether of present or remote agen
cies, so brought to bear In favor of the
former against the latter, or the latter
against the former, or all, or both, or
compromising as possible the relative differ
ences existing within the radius whence
culminate the several degrees of sim
ilsrity to which"
I said: "Oh, blame my wooden head!
It ain't aby use, it ain't any use to try - I
can't understand anything. The plainer
you get It the more I ran t understand the
hang of It."
I heard a suspicion noise behind me
snd turned In time to aee Kingston dodging
behind a newspaper and quaking with a
gentle ecstacy of laughter. I looked at
Ward again, and he had thrown off his
dread solemnity and was laughing also. !
Then I saw that I had been sold, thst I
hsd been made the victim of a swindle In
the way of a string of plausibly worded
sentences that didn't mean anything under
Artemus Ward was one of the best fel
lows In the world, and one of the most
companionable. It has been said thst 'he
was not fluent In conversation, but, with
the above experience In my mind, I differ.
S. L.. Clemens.
OTG3 for RflEW
MEN OF ALL AGE8
no matter In what walk of life, whose weakened vltalitv. exhausted energies
and shattered nerves tell a pitiable story, and who are in a condition of ex
treme peril unless promptly rescued, reused in many cases bv Ignorance, ex
cesses or contagion, these are the very men we want to talk to and help
What can be more pitiable than to see a young man. who Is Just budding
Into manhood, drooping snd fading sway In the springtime of life? Disease
soon robs the face of Its color snd the eyes of their brightness. The stooping
form, languid step snd downcast countenance reveal to the critical eve the
blight of his existence, but this Is only the shadow or outward msrk of he
trouble existing within, snd the young man soon passes from tbe hnundnrlee
of health into the conflnea of disease. He is nervous, easily confused, ahsent
mindful, forgetful, continually possessed of doubts and feara, shy, sitaplcleue.
Irritable, avoids society and would rather be alone. Night losses, day drains,
waste In urine and marked sexual decline almost invariably follow. The sys
tem unstrung, he has headache, backache, palpitation of the heart, shortness
of breath, dizziness, deranged stomach, torpid liver, weak kidneys, poor circu
lation, and la tired, lifeless and worn-out. . He lacks ambition, confidence and
If you are ailing, call and consult us Without delay. We will help you ta
escape from the slavery that Is holding you captive and depleting your man
hood. We cure safely and thoroughly;
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Seiual Debility,
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases.
of which are being devoted to t lie institute
The authorities of the Institute ask that 1 threat I'roareae SbnWn kg Million
people wishing to contribute cull Douglas Population I Ink
!', j ' l uril TWIT7 o. unci V IIIT, , a ,
ubllc schools, in one of the numerous 1 There has Dn a conuunea growtn snown
rrela for such purpose around the city ! In manv lines manufactured In St. Iouis
or at one oft the principal stores. induce the close of the World's fair, and a
Jemt pViesY Teller acVu"" "Vt derful ""-est Is now matufeated by
Cieighton university hall May 17 at p. m , ' all the business Interesta bulking to an
under the auspices or the lAdles of Ihw i increased population. A pis a of advertising
Children of Mary Sodality at Park Plae , , . ,, .' j v,, ,,., ,."
IIHB !T-!-n.J "Tril .l...u . r I. Till, I1IUI.C
the city's population one million In s very
for promoting the Interests of the chaiiiM-
ble Works undertaken by tliat body. The
laudable purpose for which the lecture is
given ana the , fMscinaitng nature or the
leged perjury on the part of a Juror In a subject treated, tbe ability of the lecturer
straet car eompsny case in . strict court. I ,jrn."Tn-'.ul,;;c,l '"XZJ.
Sereral witnesses have been examined, j ,) (,r Macbeth.''
Tfcej, Perfect Food"
Baked crisp and brown, every
grain of the malted wheat a
wafer-like flake, Malta-Vita is the most
healthful food in the world. There is no
other food so good to eat, so appetizing, so
delicioos. No other food has that delicate, satisfying
Malta-Vita taste. For those who have eaten Malta-Vita
perfect breakfast is next to impossible without it.
And it' jnst as good at any other time. Try come today with
taili, cream or iriut. All grocers KL1 Malu-Yita. Kow ig ceiiU.
; short time not by bringing into the city
new enterprises and new manufacturing-
Industries, but by Increasing the consump
tion of St. Ivnus-'nade article. If the de
I roanil for such products as are now manu
factured In the illy Is 1nrred. enough
j new Ubor will h necessary to quickly
make 8t.-Iy)uls a city of a million souls.
That the demand for St. Iouls-made
goods can be Increased Is best evidenced
by an Illustration. Take, for Instsnre, the
Roberta. Johnson 4c Rand Shoe Co., who
have established six large shoe factories
In the Isst five years and employ about
five thousand people. This Arm is only
eight years old, and by making good shoes
and using the newspapers freely to ac
quaint the people as to tha quality of their
product, have buUt a business which now
sggeegates eight million dollars annually,
and their gain In shipments over last year
Is over one million six hundred thnussnd
dollars This achievement shows plainly
what has been done with Star Brand shoes
and what one firm bas done to add to tht
growth and advertisement of St. Iuls as s
shoe market, and what they have done on
shoes can be done In other lines manufac
tured in St. IiOi'1.
The Million club hat taken up thla mat
ter In a business-like manner snd wonder
ful results sre tre to come from Its efforts.
Plot X CITY, is.. May 11 8pecial
Mike ('amnion was informed thla morning
bv Manager Kent of t he (iarreison hotel
ihat be wss eoioewhat particular about
Ills guests and that hereafter the Dea
M'Uces learn rould not stop al lua hotel.
There wss Insistent demand this morning
f r the si rest of five members of the Det
M-ilnee base ball tsm for assault an
Manager Carney of Sioux Vv last night
la the Oarrttaoa betel. Manager Ouocaa
Whose Say-so is Best?
With nearly all medicines pnt up for
gale through druggists, one has to take
tbe maker's say-so alone as to their ears
tire rslus. Of course, such ta (J atony It
tvi that of a disi uteres wed party and
accordingly Is not to be gi?eD tbe same
credit as If written from disinterested
motive. Or. Pieroe's mod id nee. how
ever, form a single and therefore striking
exception to this rule. Their cjiois to
the contitlence of Invalids doe Iiot rest
solely uoon their makers' sss-sn or
prstiw. Their ingredients sre matters of
public knowledge, heir.g printed on each
separate bottle wrapper. Thus Invalid
tuerers are taken into In. Pierce's full
coutidence. Sonrns of leading medical
sasti bass written enough to (ill volume
In praise of the curstive value of tha
several Ingredioots entering Into theaa
Asaongst then wrlvert we And sticb med
ical lights as frot. Kin Icy kllin wn.j. M. U..
of Bnnt Meoical College. Chicago; Prof.
Hale, of the teas city; Prof John M. fod
aer. M D . lata of Cincinnati. Onto; Prut.
Jojo sting. U P. lttc of Cincinnati. Ohio!
Irr. Osover One. of New York: Ir. Rartho
low, of Jefferson Medlcsl College, of 1
and fcraa of others euuelly eminent.
Dr. Pierce's Ksrortte Pres.-rltkm cares
the worm cams of feuiaie weakness, pmlap
smianterertloo and retroveronn and corrects
tr-eui art tins, cure painful pert ode, dnt ug
Alsagreeable and neske-iin drains, srrmo
ttfaMe known as aeiric catarrh and s mailt
trad of oiber o suit as peculiar to wonMio.
ittar in mind. It is not a patent nor even t
secret nmdii ine. hot the "PtTorlfe Prescrip
tion1' of s regulsrly educated physician, of
large eipenenee in the cure of nomefi s
pwulisr allmenta. who frai kly tod contid
lncly itltee bit patients ieto hie fall ma
fcdmios toy telling there Juel btt bis 'Pre
te rtpiiini Is rompoentl of of no other medi
cine pat up for woman's eiieclal maladies
and told Uhrougk druggtsta. cau it he said
Uist toe maker it not tfrtid to detl Uios
frankly, openly snd hooorahly. by letting
every paikent astng tbe same know eiactiy
StU sLe la liking
Mck women sre Invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, .free. An rirrespood
nce Is guarded as sacredly secret and
womanly confidences a re proWted by
rrofeaslonal privacy. Addreas Dr. E. V.
Jerce. HufUlo. N. V.
liow to preeon e health and beauty la
told la I Pierce s Common Sense Md
AUTO 0WNERS0N THE RACK
Two Prominent lea Fined and Others
Are Subjects of Official
i Carelens automobile drivers are being
I summoned to upper In the police court In
j Saturday morning X. P. 1'pdike and J.
' M. Shelly pleaded guilty to exceeding the
speed limit of twelve miles per hour. A fine
of H5 and costs was Imposed on esch.
Complslnts sgninst the following automo
bile owners were filed Saturday morning In
the police court by City Prosecutor I,ee:
Herman Kotintse, K. W. Swain. John Swan
son, J. J. Derlght. J. J. Sullivan, I). C.
Hradford and R. I,, ('timings.
"So far as It Is possible we are going to
stop all machines going at s speed above
the legal limit. The man In charge of the
machine will be charged with exceeding
the speed limit and all the other occupants
charged with disorderly conduct. Machines
and occupants will be taken to the city
Jail and the pint lis hooked as other of
fenders of the law are." stated Chief of
Police Donahue Saturday morning.
Where Teeth Are Worshipped. I
An American traveler recently delivered
a lecture before a distinguished audience
at the home of a wealthy New Yorker.
On the table before him atood one lone
Haul the traveler: "While ' I was In
India three Royal Commissioners were
sent there by the King of Slam to negn.
tlate for the purchase of a certain tooth.
They failed In their mission, however,
their offer of the surprising turn of lo.fjnn
for the much coveted tooth, being de
clined. "The tooth In question came, as the Hin
dus believe, from out the mouth of
Huddha the founder of the foremost re
ligion of the Orient -and henre for Itoo
years thst tooth hss been sn object of
"We Americans run certainly learn S
lesson from the Hindu worship of teeth
the le-son of respei t for one of the ntnst
Important narts of our bodies.
"And here," concluded the lectjrer, "is
a dentifrice that Is used by people of ie
flnement In every part of the world, where
the use of a toothbrush Is known I'r. I.
W. ..yon's Perfect Tooth Powder-and is
the shrine st which thousands upon thnn
s.imls today express respect for their
teeth, for It not only cleanses. pre;erve
snd hrsutifles them, tint Imparts a natural
fragrance to the breath."
and sll diseases snd weaknesses of men due to evil habits, self-abuses, sx
cesses, or the result of specific or prlvste discuses.
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1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sta., Omaha, Neb.
Tha. Tired Feeling
When you cut your grass can be prevented bv using a
good Lawn Mower-a PHILADELPHIA or CONTI
NENTAL. Then we have lower priced mower with ball
bearings. We have the CADET Mower, best low priced
machine made 12-inch, $2.75; 14-inch, $3; 10-inch, $3.25.
ia another grans and money saver. We have it in two sizes
three-fourths and one-half-inclu Brands
I'eiucitiber, every foot of (Joodrieh Hose warranted.
James Morton & Son Co.
151. Dodge Gtreot
Exclusive Agents Goodrich Hose Hardware and Tools
We want expeilenced flners and seam
stresses in our cloak alteration room. ", t
wages. J. I.. Rrandels aV Sons.
.75 1 $.75
! McKeen, skirk commodore.
! ThonibS il. Iiorsey of Lincoln and C. N.
8ullivau of Krili bury are at the Murray.
Posrrnsster Jacob Fisher of Hastings is
an Omaha visitor on business liefore the
' federal eou'-ts.
Mrs Jack Coburn. formerly of 'his cly
and now residing in Ht. Ixjuis, is visiting
with relatives in the city.
(ACrORMXK TO KOl Tfc KAfVT OK CHICMrO)
For the meeting of the American Medical Association at
Roston, the Burlington will sell tickets at the aboVe low rates,
May 31, June 2, 3 and 4,
Thre Fir.t Class Train to Chicago Daily, leaving- Omaha
7:25 a. m., 3:45 p. m. and 8:05 p. m.
N shall ha gltd to give you full Infor
mation about routes and train service and
reserve you a berth.
teal Adier. It is frrf. for
osered ropy send If. R. V. Piereei,
tela, N. Y., tl one-cent stamps to cotbT
Bailing onit ; In eloisj binding 31 tuoipa.
i Lit. Jrlaroa't Feiiasa curs eoasupsuwo.
Railway Notes aait Personals.
C. K. Spent- general freight agent of the
Burlington, is in Chlcuttn.
General Manager Mohler of tie I'nioti
Pacific lias returned from a short tour of
inspection in the state.
Hal Buckingham, chief clerk in the f-eiaht
department of the Burlington, has gone tit
Ati blsuii for a few das.
V. !.. Johnson, aeut of the
si Chicago, has bail incren
ui on I no He i ! I
r ct-ir of stations.
I,. M. T'idr has iw-.-u sppolnied rotiiiner
cll tsent a,f tbe I 'i, nui larihi ai Fu.-hlo.
ii e Frank P M.incii.-i--r. an Omaha inn-,
l:n lias reMpne'i i iniu tits luburam e
bul:.t la I'ei-i nr.
J. B. REYNOLDS, C. P. A., 1-02 farnim St.. Omaha
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